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EDB and ErgoGroup nominate management team

07 September 2010  |  1948 views  |  0 Source: EDB

EDB and ErgoGroup have decided on the future organisational structure for the merged company.

The companies have also nominated a new executive management team that will formally come into operation once the merged company has been approved by the competition authorities. This represents an important step in the task of establishing a powerful company that will make its mark on the Nordic IT market.

Following the announcement on 7 June 2010 of the merger between EDB and ErgoGroup, the management teams at both companies have been involved in the task of establishing a clear strategy and a new organisational structure to ensure that the merged company achieves its strategic objectives at the same time as realising the synergies that have been communicated.

"We have now established a powerful and market-oriented organisational structure with highly skilled employees. Our shared objective is to deliver innovative and competitive IT services for the benefit of our customers. Through focused business areas with clear profit responsibility, we intend to develop EDB ErgoGroup into a leading Nordic player that will create value for its customers, employees and owners", comments Terje Mjøs, who will be the CEO of EDB ErgoGroup.

New organisational structure and executive management
At the time the merger was announced, Terje Mjøs was nominated as the CEO of EDB ErgoGroup and John-Arne Haugerud was nominated as the Deputy CEO of the new company.

The following persons have now been nominated as members of the executive management team of EDB ErgoGroup:

Jon Elde, CFO
Thorolf Thorstensen, Head of the Global IT Operations business area
Wiljar Nesse, Head of the Bank & Finance business area
Niclas Ekblad, Head of EDB ErgoGroup's activities in Sweden
Håvard Larsen, Head of the Solutions business area
Hans-Henrik Merckoll, Head of the Consulting business area
Ole Urdahl, Head of Strategic Accounts
Geir Remman, Head of Corporate Communications
Hilde M. Solegaard, Head of Marketing, branding and events
Tone Øvregård, Head of Human Relations

The appointment of the new executive management team is conditional on the approval of the merger by the competition authorities, and the new management is expected to come into operation from 1 January 2011.

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